Travels to Ireland reignited this lovely tray weave I learned many years ago. Since then, I’ve been mixing size and shape along with willow withes and twigs from the garden. Learn with classic willow rods to make a flat or oval shaped tray, complete the edging and
extend the handles. These make wonderful and useful gifts and look elegant on the wall as well. A great place to begin with willow-suitable to all levels.
Date to be determined
11 am – 3 pm
Bring lunch. We will have drinks and goodies!
Class Fee: $68.50 including tax
Supplies Fee: $45
Instructor: Judy Zugish
Judy Zugish is a basketry artist and teacher whose work is experimental and sculpted from nature. She has explored with plants in her fiber arts garden for over 30 years with keen curiosity. A co-founder of Fishsticks Basketry School in 1991, she contributes skills to weavers of the NW and hosts national and international teachers to our region.
Travelling widely since 1998, she has led journeys in basketmaking to Japan and England, Denmark, France and Germany. Recent residency explorations include basketry fibers in Australia and New Zealand. She lives in Marysville, WA where she can be found deep in the foliage or working in her studio, surrounded by “ceiling bark”! Find her gardens, art, and school at www.twigtwisters.com.
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